Households and families have been thrown into disarray as schools have been closed to non-keyworker's children and churches and groups have sadly been shut down.
God remains the same though, even though as we experience fear, joy, confusion, boredom, relief, and whatever else may come. He longs for us to rest in his presence and draw comfort and inspiration from his almighty spirit.
These pages are designed to resources families, households, children's workers and youth workers as they seek to help children and young people grow in knowledge and love of God in these days of isolation.
They will be updated regularly, but if you find something that you think might be helpful to others, please let me know. (Carolyn.firstname.lastname@example.org)
If you are concerned about any members of your family that might be struggling with their mental health in these difficult days, then please see the digest of available resources on our Diocesan web pages. Our colleagues from the Diocese of Portsmouth have also a list of books which might help children experiencing anxiety